Police search for missing Ohio State football player

Ohio State senior reserve defensive lineman Kosta Karageorge has been missing since early Wednesday and Columbus Police are continuing to search for him.

Karageorge, a walk-on and former Ohio State wrestler, did not show up for practice Wednesday and apparently was absent again Thursday.

His mother, Susan, filed a missing person’s report about 5 a.m. Wednesday. She posted on Facebook that Karageorge has been missing since 2 a.m. Wednesday. Family and friends have been looking for him near campus.

The family also posted the following on Twitter: “Kosta was last seen around 2 am November 26. His family is asking for prayers & any info regarding his whereabouts. Please call: 614-747-1729.”

Karageorge’s roommates, who are Ohio State wrestlers, said he left their apartment to go for a walk about 2 a.m. Karageorge’s sister, Sophia, told Cleveland.com that her brother was upset. His last known whereabouts, according to his cell phone, was about 10 miles from the apartment.

Karageorge, a fifth-year senior, has appeared in one game this season. Sixth-ranked Ohio State faces rival Michigan on Saturday at noon ET in Ohio Stadium.

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